6 Crochet Hairpin Lace Patterns
Using a crochet hairpin lace tool, you can create really unique looking projects that are light and airy. Something casual for the home decor or something fancy for a wedding.
Ultimately, the yarn choices you make create the overall styling for this concept.
At the bottom of this article is a step by step beginner tutorial to use as well.
Some Helpful Information About Crochet Hairpin Lace
- The stripes can be as long as you want them to be.
- The loom when turning is turned like you are reading a book.
- The stripes can be used on their own or they can be joined together.
- The number of loops used to join or crochet along the side loops is up to you. It can vary.
- Not all hairpin lace is joined with braiding.
Crochet Hairpin Lace Baby Blanket
The Crochet Hairpin Lace Baby Blanket has been in my sights for years. It is actually 20 stripes that are joined together and the outside edge is just braided.
There is no crocheting required on the side loops of any of the strips. The number of loops uses to join the strips together is only 4.
Crochet Hairpin Lace Scarf
This stunning Unforgettable Hairpin Lace Scarf was designed by Diva Dan and crocheted by Anita. Using two strips of hairpin lace, she was able to have this magnificent scarf.
The beginning tutorial at the bottom of this article is based on this scarf. It takes you to the single crochet on the side loops and from there, you can follow the pattern. Included in this pattern is a step by step photographic tutorial as well.
Crochet Hairpin Lace & Flower Scarf
The Crochet Hairpin Lace and Flower Scarf is a mix of both hairpin lace stripes and flower motifs added on afterwards.
There are only 2 strips of Hairpin Lace used for this scarf. The strips are not braided together like other examples in this article. You will see that you are crocheting along with the loops
Crochet Hairpin Lace Vest
The Crochet Hairpin Lace Vest is also not braided like other examples in this. The side loops are used to build onto the vest.
There are several size strips used in this example and strategically put together to make it a beautiful lightweight wearable item.
Crochet Hairpin Lace Throw
The Crochet Hairpin Lace Throw is made up of 14 strips of one colour and 12 of another. You will notice that strips join each other like they do with the baby blanket.
The side loops on the blanket are left open for visual appeal. There are also two edging strips to be made which are the top and bottom.
Crochet Hairpin Lace Shawl
The Crochet Hairpin Lace Shawl is constructed of 5 strips. They are not braided together but joined with slip stitches after the side loops are taken care of.
With the right yarn, this project can be very elegant for weddings and with other yarn, can be a casual shawl to wear. It could even be a prayer shawl.